Tumbler Ridge

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Top things to see and do in Tumbler Ridge

Top things to see and do in Tumbler Ridge: Camping and RVing activities and attractions

Brooks Falls, Monkman Provincial Park, Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark

Get off the beaten path: camping in Northern British Columbia

You can be completely alone in the vast wilderness of Northern B.C.

Monkman Provincial Park

Monkman Provincial Park

Monkman Provincial Park is made up of 62,867 hectares of natural beauty. This area includes alpine meadows, jagged mountain peaks, forested valleys, thundering waterfalls and clear alpine lakes.

Kinuseo Falls

Kinuseo Falls

One of the true gems of the Tumbler Ridge area is Kinuseo Falls. Featured in the 2015 fantasy hit The Seventh Son, Kinuseo Falls is a spectacular 70m cascade. Taller than Niagara Falls it showers over 40m3 of water a second at its peak season

The Cascades

The Cascades

The Cascades are a series of ten stunning waterfalls along Monkman Creek that thunder over rock ledges, separated by placid pools.

The forests around Tumbler Ridge are carpeted with flowers during the summer months.

Follow the dinosaur highway to Canada's best-kept secrets

It's tucked away on the eastern flank of the Rockies, far from major cities, but Tumbler Ridge is worth the slog for fossil fans and nature lovers.

Quality Falls

Quality Falls

Quality Falls drops 7 meters over a resistant sandstone layer, with softer rocks below the ledge. The trail drops down to the creek level in a series of switchbacks which lets you get a better view of the falls.

Holzworth Meadows

Holzworth Meadows

Holzworth Meadows is made up of a 15 km stretch of ridges and feels like endless meadows that barely shows any sign of human life.